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a university of maryland student two years ago. chris jordan is outside the courthouse with more. chris? >> reporter: corporal baker was found not guilty of second-degree assault. he bowed his head in tears. his lawyer put his arm around him. but, then, the jury foreman announced corporal james harrison, second-degree assault, guilty. harrison showed no emotion. the jury deliberated 6 1/2 hours. the jury deciding that the first officer, corporal baker, used legal force on the student but the second officer who joined in, corporal james harrison used excessive force. harrison is a 22-year veteran tonight. the student who was beaten spoke after the verdict. >> i'm definitely glad that some justice has been done today. it's been a long two years for me and my family. but it was a broader crime committed here and it's been way further than the two cops charged in this trial. so we hope that the department of justice continues their investigation. >> state's attorney angela brooks prosecuted the two officers and prince george's countye sa polic they are partners in protecting the community.
a michael jordan burger promotion in 1992. he has a warning for buyer, you may want to listen. >> i wouldn't want to open it up and invite my friends over and say well, we're going to -- we're going to celebrate and have some ribs with some 20- year-old barbecue sauce. probably wouldn't make me very popular with my friends. >> he thinks the bottle of sauce the last of its kind in existence. the mcjordan sauce expired back in december 1992. the winning bidder came from -- anyone want to guess? anyone? a jordan fan from chicago, illinois. $10,000. for a bottle of expire barbecue sauce. >>> you've seen stunts on cars and skateboards and even with sky divers but take a look at this. a bit later we're going to explain how this airliner ended up popping a wheelie and no it was not done on purpose. >> looking to get away for the weekend but you're short on cash? abc2 news works for you with tips on how to travel on a tight budget. >>> and you remember the housing bubble? well, what about the student debt bubble? we've got new numbers this morning on the amount students owe once they get out of co
one on the chin in st. louis yesterday. jordan zimmerman got the start despite being 0-5 against the carpds in the regular season -- cards in the regular season. the bad luck continued in the post-season as well. he lasted three innings, gave up seven hits and five runs. the nats shovelled through -- shuffled through seven pitchers to get the job done. the cardinals crushed the nats 12-4 tying the series at one game a piece. >>> the number of people sickened by the deadly meningitis outbreak has now reached 105. eight people have died. most of the cases are in virginia, tennessee, and michigan. there are also cases in maryland. doctors expect the numbers to grow over the next few weeks. all the patients got fun gal meningitis from tainted steroid injections for back pain. >> that period of time from the exposure, the inoculation to the onset of symptoms can be quite prolonged, up to a month and maybe even a little bit longer. >> symptoms include headache, nausea, dizziness and feemp. doctors say -- and fever. doctors say this form of meningitis is not contagious. >>> it's 6:06. j
of a mcdonall's the man owned a franchise at tte time... and the ompany was running a michael jordan buuger promotion.he says he plans to split the money he madeeon the c--ordan saucc with his daughter... whh llsting. one. a location where ve - business after business opens... and thhn fails. almost as intereeting as why they don't make it... is why the next owner hinks theii business will be different. different. joel d. smith is &pliveein glee burnii, where th today.... to see wwy their - leaderr believe they have the reccpe for success. d. 3 p3 &p3 are you oor biggest fan?then you cann ecome.. ouu fannof the day! everydaa we'll pick one of our viewers ffom our facebook page... and feature them on fox45 news at 55to become a fan just go to our facebook page... acebooo dottcom ssash foxbaltimore. coming up on the early edition... republican prrsidentiil opeeul mitt rommey innthe spotlight... for a comment made uring tuesday's debate. hiss"binder full of women". 33 ((break 1)) 3p(break 1)) as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should tr
donald's franchises recently put this jug up for sale. that's the sauce used on mcjordan burgers, which sold for a limited time in the '90s anded a been named after michael jordan. thinking the sauce may be valuable one day, he saved it and he plans to split the profits with his daughter. >> interesting. >> genius. >> you never know. do you remember the mcjordan burger? >> no, not at all. not even a little bit. >> maybe it wasn't in our area. >> if you're smart enough to hold on to it and somebody is dumb enough to believe that's what it came from, nice work. >> if you're a huge michael jordan fan -- there are many of you out there, you might want to save something like that. >>> coming up, what we learned overnight about a terrorist plot targeting new york city. >> two hikers talk about the days they were lost in the wilderness. >>> tom kierein t >>> and now, from washington's leading news station, this is news4 today. >>> a woman is seriously hurt after being hit by a truck in college park. >>> a young man from bangladesh behind bars accused of trying to blow up the federal reserve buildin
all around the world that michael jordan has in basketball courts. even as rises and motivates. >> anything is possible. it really is. it does not matter if you are here or there are if you have this or that going on in your life. if you put your mind to it, you can overcome anything. >> timing is everything for the baltimore native. an ideal week to be in rio, not in baltimore. >> mesmerizing and motivated. >> stay with us for another look at the forecast. i've always been lucky. flew 37 bombing missions over germany. made it home every time. i'm lucky to have good friends who are all still around, and we're all lucky to have a friend named ben. ben's protected our medicare and veterans' benefits. and he's helping my 13 grandchildren afford college. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i'm honored to approve this message. >> will have the latest on the cleanup in the wake of superstorm sandy, and why it could be a long night for some people in maryland tonight. this is what early voting lines look like over the weekend. what can we expect when
jordan is in northwest d.c. tonight where some homeowners are going to have a lot of cleaning up to do once sandy leaves town. richard? >> reporter: yeah, doreen, we're getting just another strong burst of wind and that's what keeps bringing these trees and branchs down. some of them really small and then just a few minutes ago, this large branch came down. it snapped and just fell. right in front of our eyes. we heard a loud pop and all of the sudden, half the tree was there on the street. and then the real big one, the heavy duty one. that is that giant tree right there. this one fell onto a home here in northwest d.c. you can see the root system there. so imagine what's on the other side. that large tree fell right on to the roof of someone's home and there were two people inside. let's take you to the video. those residents were just fine. they were not hurt. nay say they were just taken by surprise. they say all of the sudden, they heard the wind picking up. it would pick up and calm down. and, in one of those moments when the wind picked up, there came this loud bang and the tree
: whoever said toys were just for kids has yet to meet jordan hembro. >> they call me the toy hunter. oh, man. this is where we've been hiding everything. >> reporter: for the past 25 years he's made a living buying, selling, and playing with them. >> i scour the country and i dig deep. >> reporter: do you know how much i can get for this? but this isn't child's play. it's hard work. >> i'm hunting 24/7 every day, 365 days a year. >> reporter: in the new show on the travel channel he searches high and low for hidden fortunes in america's toy chests. >> i have been looking for these. >> reporter: when you come up here or a place like this what do you snee. >> my eyes are dart iing back a forth. i'm looking for toys that are recognizable so i'm seeing pac-man, evel knievel. i'm looking around. i see skedoodle, star wars, cabbage patch. these are going bam, bam, bam. i know that i have to hone in on hose. those are the ones that will start making money for everybody. >> reporter: what began as a hobby is a serious and profitable business. >> sold. years ago i sold a rare star wars toy and i
at the team from west virginia, iley, and woods. >> gus: two kickers line up, nick jordan 28, and nick rose 23. this one and recovered by the mountaineers. so a two-big 12 games, they defeated baylor, 70-63 at home and with 14 seconds remaining, they are in front of texas, 48-45. >> charles: and really, what a bounce back for west virginia's defense, getting torched by baylor last week. this isn't pretty, but down the stretch, they made the plays necessary to win the football game. including a couple of fourth down stops. >> gus: the west virginia mountaineers, first year in the big 12 in their first road game in conference play. and knocking off the 11th ranked longhorns. 48-45. let's go down stairs where we have geno smith. >> geno, congratulations on your win. one second. geno, congratulations on your win, what went right? >> a number of things went right, main thing was we stuck together, it was not pretty, but we came to a tough venue, against a tough team, and closed it out. >> you did not let up once. what kept you going? >> i have a great team and great coaches and they keep me up thro
. james davon holden jordan, baby tie, anaya nora scott, middle -- kenneth stewart the third, -- no angel. all died october 11 in the arms of their grandmother, nancy try to save them from their bur home. they remember their mother is a giving woman who was willing to do anything to protect the little ones. >> when a child guidance the communities diminished. when fourguys and a world is truly a lesser place. the loss is overwhelming, but healing does come. for those who believe there's something higher, healing will come eventually through grace. >> k-d [ music ] >> all five were buried together at delaney memorial gardens. investigation of the cause of the fire is still ongoing tonight. >>> we are learning more about what the investigators found that the pharmacy that -- nationwide meningitis outbreak. it was found in an open vials of medication. the massachusetts company the center in the outbreak has taken 250 people and killed 20 including one person from our state. >>> old wounds are open today for some former boy scouts. the organization released the release the names of more tha
of their customers fully restored by thursday. live in arlington, richard jordan, news 4. >> after a day of clean up, the federal government and most public schools in our area will reopen tomorrow. d.c. schools are open with the exception of brookland educational which may be closed because of power problems. and most halloween secelebratio will go on and scheduled. you can find a list of cancelled parades on nbc washington dot com. >> amtrak announced tonight that there will be no acela service in tnortheast corridor tomorrow. transportation reporter adam tusk with the latest now on tomorrow's commute. >> metro rail and metro busses running once again, but on a sunday schedule. that means service isn't running as frequently as it normally would. staying on the routes will return to normal on wednesday. emergency $15 d.c. taxi surcharge now gone. at the airport, still a tricky situation. this morning, a limited number of flights getting off the ground today. but as you can imagine, if you had a flight out of the area today or even tomorrow, good chance you're looking at some sort of impact whether
earned... &pnationals in st. louis for game 2 of the nlds...nats took game one....jordan zimmermann with a rough outting....bottom of the 3rd...allen craig hammers it to left...solo shoo...zimmermann gives up 5 runs inn3 innings...cards lead 5-1....top of the 6th...danny espinosa gives it a ride to leff enter...john jay races to the wwll...makes the catch as he craahes into the padding...innredible grab by the cardinals centee fielder... everything going rrghh or st. louis today....bottoo of the 8th...carlos beltran already with one home run...number 2... ccrdinals ound thh nationals to even the series...12-4... the series goes to d-c on wednesday... most folks around here &premember,,,and not pondly...wwen we heard cheers at m&t bankstadium whennky bollee wws injjred against the colts back in september of 2005..it's still a raw memory in baltimore...and yesterday we saw omethhng very similar.. chiefs quarterback natt cassel is not a popular man in kaycee these days,and when he was slammed by the rrvens &phaloti ngata and did not get pp, cheers could be heard coming from the cr
jordan is in baltimore where health officials just released the new details. >> reporter: jim, this is typically used to treat back pain, but now several people have died, one in maryland and one in virginia. doctors here say they've been able to pinpoint a two-month time frame where this injection was distributed and they think they know where it came from. >> we were notified by centers for disease control -- >> reporter: the state department of mental health and hi hygiene say patients are at risk of having meningitis. a facility in massachusetts where the injections were mixed and shipped out. there, doctors believe a fungus contaminated the product. nine facilities received shipments of the questionable steroid injections. >> this case, there were human cases, and it was tracked back to the product. >> reporter: the meningitis outbreak has reached six states with five deaths, but doctors fear the number of those with meningitis may get higher. >> we believe that there are probably hundreds of patients who may have received an injection, and those cases are currently under
. top second, no score. jordan zimmermann, runners on first and second. zimmermann looped to right field. ian desmond to the third. bottom two, zimmerman on the mound, the results not as good as at the plate. two on. the single to right. molina comes home. the cardinals go up 2-1. they lead 5-1 in the fourth inning. >>> dan hellie is in st. louis. he will have a full report tonight on news4 at 11:00. meantime, chris cooley is stand big in the studios there in d.c. he's going to have more on "the cooley report." and that is later in sports. >>> coming up, a deadly air strike in israel. the target, a place for children. >>> the senate seat in virginia is up for grabs, but a new round of ads could help sway voters hours before a new face-off. >>> gas pces spiked to more than five bucks a gallon. now it may turn into a federal investigation. >>> and a man confronted by a very angry stag. he takes matters int i approve this message. mitt romney: "i'm not in favor romney's being dishonest here an independent, non-partisan liberals will raise taxes on the chairman of that so-called romney's for
. in yesterday's game, jordan zimmerman got the start. we'll start these highlights with him at the plate. two men on. zimmerman sends one to right field. avoids the stop at third. slides home safely to put the nats on the board first. but then the day on the mound wasn't nearly as g. he gives up a -- as g. he gives up a home -- as good. he gives up a home run. here's probably your play of the day coming from cardinal center fielder john jay running after danny espinoza's fly ball. look at the smash and catch against the wall. cardinals were pumped after that one. they continued to crush the nationals 12-4 the final. that series is now all knotted up at one game a piece. dave owens has more from st. louis. >> reporter: it's supposed to be the strength pt of the ball club but for the second consecutive day, washington got shaky starting pitching. but unlike sunday when gio gonzalez was able to minimize the damage, today jordan zimmerman not so much. >> i wanted to go out there and go deep in the game. you know, try to get out here with two wins. i didn't do my part. >> they kept pulling on runs
emergency crews busy straight ahead. >>> good morning everyone. i'm angie goff. >> i'm richard jordan. welcome to news 4 today. it is saturday, october 20th, 2012. we had storms last night and fog this morning. >> >> we look forward to a wonderful weekend. storm 4 meteorologist chuck bell is standing by with our forecast. >> good morning to both of you and good saturday morning everybody in the news 4 nation this morning. some locally heavy rain producing showers just in time for the commute home last night. all those you'll be happy to know are now gone from the area and our skies are mostly clear. i can see orion's belt over the sky early this morning as i was driving in. 52 at national airport. 50 in ashburn, virginia. 43 manassas and bristow. 47 waldorf and la plata. 48 in the panhandle of virginia. there it is on radar. ground clutter close to us. first showers out across parts of ohio but i don't think they'll make it over the mountains. clouds will but rain drops not too likely. we're off to a nice, clear start this morning. we'll have what i like to call self-destructive sunsh
into a house this afternoon. >> we find news4's richard jordan. richard, tell us what happened there. >> reporter: first off, we can tell you that the couple that was inside the house is safe. firefighters were able to get them out and put them into a neighbor's home. there is still power throughout the neighborhood. however, the street is blocked off. this is nevada and nebraska. you can see the fire trucks, police trucks lined up here. right now what they're trying to do is assess the damage to that home. it appears, according to police, a strong burst of wind came through this neighborhood, knocked this large tree down. now, when that tree came down, branches from some of the trees right next to it also snapped. so not only was the home that was directly impacted, does that have a big hole right through the roof, but also the neighbor's home was clipped by some of these larger branches as well. so right now, what firefighters are doing is they're actually going through the home, making sure it is not compromised. the integrity of the home is not compromised, to see if maybe the re
one for the nationals did not in game two. starting pitcher jordan zimmermann struggled big-time giving up five earned runs in three innings of work. so this is the second straight game that a starting pitcher has struggled and that was the strength of the nationals team this year. >> definitely tough. i wanted to go out there and go deep in the game, try to get out of here with two wins. you know, i didn't do my part. i feel like, you know, the starter doesn't go and do their part, it snowballs with the relievers sometimes, that's kind of what happened today. >> you work all season to get home field advantage. and, you know, and we got it. we're going home with the series tied. and get a chance to play in front of our fans. and go back home and, you know -- it's what it's all about. so we did our job while we're here, split the series, and we'll head home. >> we wanted to get one win out of here. that's what we came in trying to do. last night was a tough game and we played hard and we were able to pull one out of this road trip. >> it's easy to play when they're waving the
up 1-0. ross detwiler went six innings, allowed one run, fantastic performance. 7th inning jordan zimmerman strikes out and we're tied 1-1. 8th inning tyler clippard, strikes out at eight. pitches a scoreless 9th. bottom of the 9th nats leadoff batter, jayson werth, 13th pitch at bat sends the fans home happy with a game winning a half. nats enthe cardinals 2-1 and force a fifth -- edge the cardinals 2-1 and force a fifth and deciding game tomorrow. >> reporter: the nats did everything right tonight, a solid start from ross detwiler, lights out performance from the bullpen and a clutch hit from a postseason jayson werth. it spelled another victory and another night of post season baseball. >> that's a really tough team to face and for ross to go out there in a huge game, win or go home game, and he stepped up and was the guy and that's exciting and something for us to build off of. >> it was the most fun game i've ever been a part of, unbelievable at bat by jw right there, great pitching performance by ross. everybody did their job. we scrapped our way to a victory. >> can't writ
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for their first home playoff game after taking one on the chin in st. louis. jordan zimmerman got the start yesterday despite being 0-5 against the cards in the regular season. his bad luck against st. louis continued in the post season. zimmerman only lasted three innings giving up seven hits and five runs. the nats shuffled out seven different pitchers. as a group they gave up 12 runs. the cardinals crushed the nats 12-4. the series is at one game a piece. >> they got a split away from home and come home. do it in front of the home crowd instead. >>> encouraging news for the red scints. coach shanahan is opt mick -- optimistic about the quarterback. griffin got a mild concussion after basically getting crushed near the sideline. his head was hit twice. doctors are monitoring throughout the week. mike shanahan says things are looking better. >> he's feeling good. no dizziness. no headaches. no vomiting. he feels like he's done well on the tests he's taken thus far. >> he's going to undergoing a treadmill test today and coach shanahan says if there are any setbacks, it will either be cousin
when he put the sauce on ebay. he seayed sauce after -- saved the sauce after a michael jordan promotion in 1992. he thinks the bottle is the last of his kind but doesn't recommend the buyer use it on the foot. >>> it's getting to show off the costumes to their classmates parading around the school and eating candy is having a good time. but not in seattle. the staff voted to not allow children to wear their costumes this year. some parents thought it was the kids who were playing a trick on them. >> i was very disappointed when that actually thought that my daughter misunderstood the rule. i was a bit shocked really. >> she was a little upset. i said are you excited to wear your costume? she was like my teacher said we can't. i was like what? >> school officials canceled the parade because classes get owl early that day and teaches want to spend as much time as possible in their classroom to get the kids educated. len et? >> don't ask me. >> when's the last time you dressed up for halloween? >> last year. >> what did you go as? >> i'll tell you later. we have temperatures that
. jordan thunderstorm that rumbled through the tomorrow night -- overnight. rainfall amounts of really light in the district. just a trace at reagan national. just shy of a half of an edge at dulles. -- half of an inch at dulles. lingering showers, after an sunshine.become a really nice day. -- eventually to become a really nice day. >> troubles on the beltway. two tractor-trailer accidents on the inner loop. right now, state police have stopped all traffic. closed all lanes. the inner the plants are stopped and blocked. you may want to get off at the 270 spur. and i looked at river road. not too bad so far. it is going to stack up want to get to wisconsin ave. another live look at 270. volume is building. plans are open. towards the beltway, looking good. prince george's county and through virginia. back to you. >> thank you. and looks like the pain at the gas pump is starting the east. >> aaa says the national average for regular is still $3.74 a gallon. here at home, your average price is $3.88 in the district. experts say gas prices could continue to drop up to 15 cents per week fo
website, wbaltv.com. sarah has a drink of michael jordan barbecue sauce. >> southbound 83 is still closed at old york road because of an accident. all lanes are open at the inner loop at harford. harford road at summit avenue, watch for a crash. waterloo road, an accident. traveling east on 50, watch for a crash. start with 295. delays are southbound down towards 32. everything is clear at harford except for the ramp on the inner loop. >> it will be just fine today. clouds will thicken up a little bit. a high near 70 and maybe some thunderstorms tonight. should be a dry weekend but chilly. >> you might want to take a trip to the texas state fair. >> astronomers look to the skies and find evidence that maybe we are not alone. we will tell you what they found. jonas on wbal plus -- join us on wbal plus. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will be back with a live update at 7:25. >> have a good day. >> this is a wbal-tv 11 editorial from president and general manager dan joerres. >> on any given night, 4,000 people sleep on the streets of baltimore city -- in shelters, in cars,
michael jordan promotion in 1992. it has an expiration date of december 8, 1992. they suggest the winning bidder not tried to eat it. what do you do with that? did you put that in your heart curio cabinets? >> lance armstrong getting dropped from nike and other sponsors and it'll cost him millions. >> more women sitting on company boards. ellen braitman at bloomberg headquarters with more. >> good morning. more women are breaking through the glass ceiling. according to a survey, women hold more than 15% of the board room seats at fortune 1000 companies. but it's a fraction. the data was compiled by a national campaign to increase the number of women directors at public companies to 20% or more by the year 2020. fedex and ups testing strategies for same-day delivery. it is fuelled by where retailers try to match the instant gratification of brick-and- mortar competitors. the u.s. postal service is trying out something similar in san francisco. a big setback for lance armstrong. nike is among sponsors dropping the cyclist after he was found to have used performance enhancing drugs. this wil
-to-back games the nats are going toward. that got under way with jordan zimmerman on the mound. a little blooper. ian desmond. he says no way. this is the post their susan. nats trailing at the bottom of the third. >> uh-oh. it is not impossible. they just have some work to do. >> right. >> coming up -- he bye, mom. we're here! [ giggling ] these days, nobody has time to get sick. mom, i don't feel good. but minuteclinic makes it easy to get well. our nurse practitioners can diagnose and write prescriptions for everything from strep throat to sinus infections with no appointment necessary, so you can feel better in no time. minuteclinic, the medical clinic in cvs pharmacy now offering flu sts ery daday, no appointment necessary. find a clinic near y you at m minuteclinic.com. >> tonight, we have a great ending to a story we first brought you on friday night. you may remember murray the dog. he was lost after his owner was attacked. >> after a weekend of searching, his family was about to give up hope, but a call changed that. we were there when he was reunited. >>
to right. jordan zimmerman rung up for four runs that frame. he was done after three. nats chip away at a six-run deficit. adam laroche falls to ryan zimmerman blast of his own. a solo rip makes the game 7-3, still work to do. even stoled contact was greeted by a cardinal web gem or two. check -- solid contact was greeted by a cardinal web gem or two. nats routed by eight, series tied at one game apiece. our lindsay murphy joins us live from st. louis. i'm sure the guys happy to be heading home, but how was the attitude in the clubhouse today? prepare i wouldn't say it was natitude. of course, this team is upset they lost, especially to lose 12-4, but they're not leaving with their heads hanging down. they came here to st. louis, played a really tough environment at busch stadium and split the series. now it's back home where they have home field advantage. >> with such a short series like we've all talked about you'll have to win games on the road anyway. for to us come here and split in a tough environment against a tough team, now we go home and if we hold home field advantage, we
in virginia and maryland because of meng giants. reporting live in baltimore, richard jordan. >>> a man dangling in the air after a scaffolding mishap. rescue crews had to help him down outside the commerce department downtown. the scaffolding the man was working on fell, but investigators say he was tied to safety lines and wasn't hurt. they're still trying to figure out why that scaffolding collapsed. >>> coming off of a strong debate performance. presidential nominee mitt romney is taking his campaign back on the road. and tonight that road goes through virginia. governor romney and his running mate congressman paul ryan will be speaking to supporters in fishersville near stanton. julie carey is live there with reaction to last night's debate. >> reporter: well, what a difference one day and one debate makes. governor mitt romney and congressman paul ryan expected to take the stage around 6:45 tonight. the crowd said they're ready to celebrate last night's debate performance, and ready to rally around this gop team with excitement that even they can see hasn't been there before. >> w
" and it is now out in picture and jeffreys is a low's daughter jordan is here to talk to us about it. >> i know it's been a hard eight month. eight months ago you lost your father. how is your family doing and your sisters? >> thanks for asking. we're doing the best we can. it's hard, but we're very lucky to have each other and very lucky to have our friends and family. they have been very wonderful, and it's been uplifting to see how supportive everyone has been. >> yeah. this last book, your dad really focuses on the relationships and love and exploring, you know, and "the magic room" is this bridal salon. why do you think he wanted to write about it? >> i certainly think it's because he was interested in fashion. he wore hawaiian shirts every day. he was speaking to my mom about how he wanted to write a story about love that he wishes for his daughters and where he shut set that, and she thought there's something about a bridal gown that's really special and the relationship that you have with your family when you are picking out that, you know, that huge piece of clothing that you wear on s
will close after the morning rush hour tomorrow. richard jordan spoke with drivers who are eager for this project to be done. >> reporter: the road to a faster, smoother commute is paved with detours and closures. vdot 495 express lane projects started four years ago. >> it's bad around here with all the construction and everything going on. >> reporter: but road work is almost complete. and part of the finishing touches go right through merryfield. the left hov ramp taking drivers from i-66 east of 495 north will close friday after the morning rush hour. >> hov motorists will have this ramp shut off. they will have to take the general purpose ramp on the right to go onto 495 north. >> reporter: that means all drivers will use the same ramp. truth is, the 66 eastbound hov lanes have already been closing on a daily basis just after the morning rush hour. but now, in order to get all the work done on time, they have to be shut down 24/7 until the express lane project is complete. vdot crews will pave and paint the ramp while drivers yield, merge and hit the brakes. those who freque
states. millions remain without power this afternoon. news4's richard jordan is at the live desk in our newsroom. >> the damage is widespread beyond anything that area was prepared for and it will likely take weeks, even months before the recovery is complete. 22 people in the new york area are dead and that figure is expected to grow. there are massive power outages. hundreds of thousands of utility customers are in the dark. power lines are down. these live wires sparking fires in some cases. in queens, take a look at this six-alarm fire. it destroyed many homes. hospitals like nyu's medical center had to evacuate patients including babies in the neonatal units because they are without power. schools are closed. the subway system is at a standstill. service is expected to be suspended for four to five days. in new york and new jersey, neighborhoods are wiped out. right now an aerial search for survivors is underway. hundreds of people have refused to evacuate and instead, attempted to ride out the storm at home. take a look at the conditions of those homes. right now, governor chris c
-ups, but they only scored one run. now they go to the bullpen. you might see jordan zimmerman later which could be interesting. >> reporter: you'll see a loft mixing and matching coming down the street -- lot of mixing and matching coming down the street. >> bryce harper, 1-17 in the series, danny espinosa 1-11, so it's ugly, but adam laroche has two hits in the series, both bombs, nailed another one today. ryan zimmerman is the other hit for the nationals. >> reporter: this crowd is waiting for something to happen. you can tell they're on the edge of their seats here. >> reporter: ohs and ahs of 40,000 plus at nats park, scott, always a pleasure. hopefully we'll be talking to you later about a nats win as they extend this thing. i'll tell you what. the winner of this game will now take on san francisco because san francisco beat cincinnati today. so somewhat of a surprise in that other national league game. >> game one will be sunday. let's hope it's the nationals. >> reporter: again one more time, 1-1. we are in the bottom of the 6th inning, ross detwiler doing a heck of a job for the was
, not going to dwell on it too much, but it wasn't pretty. jordan zimmerman had day he'd like to forget. only 3 innings. four runs came in the 2nd inning here. nats tried to chip away. this is adam laroche after zimmerman had gone yard. back to back jack. thought maybe there was a chance until, one of the best catches that you'll see in playoff baseball. look what he does. into the wall. i mean, no regard for human life. just throws his body in there and take one more look, espinoza can't believe it. easily a double, if not a triple. the cards get that win, 12-4. how about the orioles last night up in baltimore charm city? chris davis, and that's a hit to right field. two runs score. the o's get a big win, 3-2 over the yanks. that series goes back to new york tomorrow night. game three, 8:00. all tied up at one. last three games will be played in the bronx. >>> been talking about rg3 the last two days. we've seen the hit. when he got knocked out, this guy came in, cousins. his fourth nfl pass ever was a beauty. 77yards to moss. he was gone. the redskins had a 4th quarter lead. but cousins, he
other than this ways bad performance by jordan zimmerman. he got racked up in the second inning. the cardinals bats really came alive here. they gave up four runs in all. didn't make it past the third inni. nats tried to rally with a couple of their own after a ryan zimmerman home run. this is adam laroche. we won't back-to-back jack. it was 7-1, 7-3. you thought okay, wait a second. here is danny espinoza. watch john jay. watch what he does. i know it is as good a catch as you will see in the post- season. danny espinoza can't believe it running full speed into the wall. take another look. >> no regard for human life. when you throw your body up there. >> that's johnny jay, right? he john jayed the ball. i'll explain it to you guys later. you never heard of that. >> he johnny jayed the ball. >> the orioles taking on the yankees. game two. chris davis right here with the bases juiced. not juiced anymore. that was the big hit. they were down 1-0. they go on to win 3-2. mark reynolds from -- >> virginia beach. >> very good. another one right here. a big win for the birds. they are
ties with the sunni alignment of the sunni gulf states, egypt and jordan and the shia group of iran's syria and hezbollah was not easy especially as tension rose between the two groups. this was to be increasingly clear with the onset of the arab spring. when you look initially at russian concerns in the arab spring, it can spread to russia was efforts on the same problems as the arab states, autocratic government, widespread corruption and rising prices and indeed democracy demonstrators were shouting the revolutionary train stopped at the station in cairo, next stop moscow. the second concern, islam is my takeover and in a ending chaos and further inspire the islamists and north caucasus and increasingly and khe sanh as well. number three is oil and gas investments in the middle east could be jeopardized as well as the business and arms sales deals and number four when libya occurred, the russians i think that the major lesson purgative stained on the u.n. security council vote in the no-fly zone in bolivia thereby supporting the arab consensus and continuing the widened russian p
with the prompter. >> i'll do it. >> 2-year-old jordan. >> this picture is entitled stopped to pose on the way to my birthday party. jordan just turned 2 on sunday. >> how sweet. >> happy birthday to you, jordan. >> she is so yummy. >> she's beautiful, great smile. >> yes, she is. >> looks like she's got her hair done and her best outfit on for her birthday. >> i thought that was a professional picture, but i guess it was a quick snapshot. >> for send your child's picture go to myfoxdc.com and click on mornings. >>> let's do some quick weather. we're still warm and muggy around here, it's 73 out there this morning, it feels like late july out there. but there is cooler and dryer air, more importantly dryer air out to the west. 51 in cincinnati, 57 in chicago. and check out the cool -- in fact, that's cold temperatures officially now into wyoming and montana. 28 in casper, 33 in great falls where they had snow yesterday. and guess what, it's not going to get that cold around here, but that chunk of cold will gradually push to the south and east over the next several days days will be upon us here fo
'll join us live. >>> good morning everyone. i'm richard jordan. the time is 7:26 on this saturday, october 27th. all eyes on sandy this morning. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is tracking the trofrm and is here with the latest forecast. now, chuck? >> good morning, richard. a good saturday morning everybody. cloudy skies are in place. you may get a little peeks at the sunshine today but on the whole clouds are going to win the day and once the clouds move in that's going to be it. it is going to be a long stretch before we see the sunshine again. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s now. it'll be a cloudy and cool start but a relatively mild day today with temperatures climbing into the upper, mid to upper 60s but plenty of clouds around and a bit breezy at times. tomorrow is when the weather really starts to go downhill. cloudy and wet tomorrow with rain and wind on the increase during the course of the day. and the potential for impacts, high impacts for wind and rain, lower eastern shore to the outer banks tomorrow but then as we get into monday and tuesday a high impact for rain,
jordan was out and about this afternoon in northwest d.c. he continues our team coverage now, where a tree fell on a house today. richard? >> reporter: yeah, jim and pat, i just spoke briefly with the couple that lives inside the house. they were home when this tree came down on top of their roof. they're assuming it was a strong burst of wind that came by. but you can see the large tree from their backyard just fell on top of their home. it also clipped some of the other trees nearby. so other branches came down as well, even the neighbor's home suffered some roof damage. all this happening here, nevada and nebraska, the couple that lives inside, fortunately they were not hurt. they were able to go back into their home, escorted by d.c. emergency management workers. they went inside to grab a couple of their belongings, then they were sent over to their neighbor's home. that's where they're going to stay at least for the time being. the fire crews are out here, as well as police, just trying to assess the damage to the homes and see if there was any structural damage. they have sin
about. that ramp will close after the morning rush tomorrow. richard jordan spoke to some drivers who are eager for this project to just get over. richard? >> reporter: the view behind the wheel has more brake lights than open road at the i-66 interchange. cones and barriers create commuter confusion. but all the work started four years ago now, and is in the final stretch. for many drivers the end can't come soon enough. >> hurry up. >> reporter: but before the construction is complete, the last projects are shifting into high gear. the left hov ramp taking drivers from i-66 east to 495 north will close friday after the morning rush hour. >> hov motorists will have this ramp shut off. they will have to take the general purpose ramp on the right to go onto 495 north. and also, those people heading to 495 south, they're going to -- they can still take the ramp at 495 south. >> reporter: that means drivers will use the same ramp. vdot will paint the ramp while drivers yield, merge and hit the brakes. those who frequently drive in the area say the a.m. is mayhem. >> around 7:00, 8:00. if
the kings academy, the idea was born out of king abdullah of jordan's own experience of boarding school here in the u.s. few thought a private coed boarding school in the heart of the middle east could succeed a few years after it opened its doors, the school is thriving, growing and attracting some of the region's best and brightest students. in a region steeped in conservative tradition, a modern laboratory of learning is breaking new ground. >> 167. >> reporter: where boys and girls study together, play side by side and can even use dance to express themselves freely. this is not your typical middle eastern school. instead, it's one preparing students for whatever life's punches come their way. and to bring a new vision to a region that's been mar roomed into turmoil for generations. it was king abdullah's experience at deerfield college in massachusetts that inspired this model academy. >> independence of thought. the ability to reason critically. respect for different points of view. those are the intellectual values that we value here. >> reporter: the school's mission is to bridge the
together since 1986. first quarter, cameron coffman picked by jordan drink. to the end zone, touchdown. third quarter, darius flaven, what we expect out of navy, running and scoring, touchdown, in he goes. mids up 21-20. fourth quarter, back comes indiana. coffman, shane wynn over the middle, big play set up a short touchdown rain. taking the lead. just over two minutes to play, kennan reynolds play-action, throwing it, worked beautifully. matt akin wide open. navy's third consecutive victory. towson suffered its second ceaa loss saturday night. old dominion knocking off the tigers 31-20. morgan state bumming on saturday, the bears dropped a heartbreaker to howard in d.c., 21-20. morgan went for two with two minutes remaining, a gutsy call on the road that backfired. it is a ravens' game day. we will have all that broken down for you at 6:00 and ravens wrap-up after "sunday night football." >> baltimore is pulling out all the stops to fight homelessness. city officials put together an event geared towards educating people about homelessness in city and mobilizing them to do something a
been a concern. i mean, we've seen these shells land in lebanon and jordan, but not quite to the same effect. turkey is a key by the way, of the syrian rebels. been quite open in its support for them. many of them do seem to have some sort of refuge in southern turkey, that particular border area where much of it kind of under rebel control if you take out of the equation the syrian regime air power. i think the concern really is we're now seeing this exchange of fire suggesting that the turkish and syrian military are almost facing off against each other. is this going to continue? we have not seen the syrian apology, and syria almost cried to blame rebel groups, terrorists perhaps behind some of these shells. an unwillingness i think for both sides to accept a step back perhaps, and certainly turkey very keen to show that it will not tolerate any more syrian aggression. turkey is a nato member here, so the consequences of this escalating are very great in deed. >> nick, thank you. >>> as the fighting rages on, an ex-patriot syrian doctor is back in safetism jim clancy that is detail
jordan magic johnson, larry bird, and he told players how they can dress -- he had some really dumb rules. >> bill: i just want to tell people i do not intend to do this job for 28 years. >> abc reports that taylor swift broke up this week with connor kennedy. taylor spent a lot of time this past summer at the kennedy compound, and reportedly even bought a home there in the neighbor for herself. no word on why they split. she does have a new album out in stores this week. >> she will write a song about it, and that will win a million awards. >> absolutely. >> madison bumgartner was on fire for the giants. and help propel the giants to a 2-0 shoutout victory over the tigers. john miller with the final call last night. >> he has got it! [ cheers and applause ] >> and the giants have shut out the tigers in game two. and they take the first two games, and hold their home field advantage. >> and they head to detroit tomorrow night for game three. >> they look great. >> bill: they do. tomorrow is a crucial game. detroit has to win tomorrow night. >> i think you are right.
see here planned to attack shopping malls and assassinate u.s. and british diplomats in jordan. they say the suspects smuggled explosives into the country from neighboring syria which is in the midst of a bloody civil war. that civil war also spilling into lebanon, violent crashes between sunni and shiite groups there erupted today. with the killing of a top intelligence official which many claim was carried out by the syrian regime. >>> meanwhile, new photos of fidel castro appear to contradict rumors that he's on his deathbed. one shows him reading a friday newspaper. it was published by castro in which the 86-year-old brags he doesn't even suffer from headaches these days. >>> and a horrific attack in california. a man threw a molotov cocktail to another man, you'll see him as he runs from the scene. he did survive, thanks to people nearby as he helps to put out the flames. a frantic mother raised to get her baby's stroller away from that just in time. we'll have updates as news warrant. >>> and tonight it will not just be "monday night football" competing on tv with the pre
-974-6006 tty/v. >>> good morning. i'm richard jordan. >> i'm angie goff. welcome to news 4 today, saturday, october 20th, 2012. just moments ago we were out live at the national mall. you could see the leaves blowing in the wind. >> yeah. people running so fast leaves were falling right off the trees. >> either that or the weather. >> yeah. could be. meteorologist chuck bell. >> when in doubt it's the weather. that is what everybody blames it on no matter what it is. chuck, our team didn't win. we're blaming you because it was a weather problem. outside today good-looking day. here's the view from our tower camera. there is citi cam looking back to the city. here is our tower cam review. you can tell just above the top of the cathedral there that is the edge of the cloud deck. you folks down in the chesapeake bay out to the eastern shore still bright sunshine but the sun is heading behind the mid and high level clouds and it's drifted into the washington area. temperature now 61 down at national airport and 61 in annapolis. 54 in winchester and front royal. a nice day to be outside today.
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of their system. jordan zimmerman did not have a good start. still hit the ball well. tried to rally, but in the end, st. louis looked like the world the defending world champs. take a look at that game. didn't have it. davey said after the game he didn't do enough with the slider. tried to stick with the fast ball too much. good fast ball hitting team. nats actually led 1-0. laroche following a zimmerman homerun. cut it to 7-3. you thought, okay, maybe we going to a chance. this is the time of day it was. look at espinoza. double, made it a triple. but john j, into the wall. full speed ahead. almost runs into the sign there. danny can't believe it. it's one of the better catches you're going to see -- >> it really is. >> -- in playoff baseball. into the wall at full steam ahead. never stopped for the wall. >> give him credit. >> he caught it and the cards win this 112-4. orioles, though, get the equalizer last night. this is big. talked about this new playoff system. had to play the first two in baltimore. now they have to go up to new york. had they lost last night and down, they'd
. ♪ >>> protests breaking out in jordan. lisa sylvester is monitoring that and other stories happening in "the situation room" right now. >> gathering downtown demanding political change comes less than a day after king abdullah called for early elections near the end of the year. many people believe the country's economy is hurting and unemployment is too high. protesters say the king has made some changes but hasn't done enough. >>> and american airlines now says the reason some of its seats have been coming loose may be because of its travelers. according to a company spokeswoman, passengers spilling soda and coffee have "gunked up the seat locking mechanism over time." initially the airline said it appeared a clamp was improperly installed. a major peanut butter recall announced a couple weeks ago is now expanding. according to the fda it now includes products manufactured by sunland incorporated dating as far back as 2010. health officials have established a firm link to a salmonella outbreak. the cdc reports the number of people sickened has jumped from 30 to 35 in the last week. and we
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